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Al Jazeera America
Aug 28, 2013 5:30am EDT
time is your claim is, stronium and robidium, you can tell one with a mass spectrometer, those clocks were set 10,000 years ago, and when i observe light 10,000 years ago those were put there, that's your claim 87? >> well data is based on assumptions of the past. you don't know because you weren't there. >> no i wasn't there but i'm pretty sure we had a civil war. i'm pretty sure we had isaac newton, i'm pretty sure we had gal lai galileo. >> we're not going to get this solved today or any time soon but we want to thank all of our guests, bill, don, ca have i and georgia. thank you. bill, sit tight, we want to leave time for questions from our viewers outside of the topic today. waj, at a it away. >> what are the best ways to make science relatable and interesting to kids and adults? >> i say just mess around. i say this all the time. explore. when you explore, whether it's your baking soda and vinegar and a balloon or your backyard under threat of climate change fire right now, that's an assertion, under threat of fire is yosemite national park, you'll have two things when yo
Al Jazeera America
Aug 27, 2013 7:30pm EDT
radio activity. so bear in mind if you examine the radio active decay of robidium into strontium, if you are skilled and have a mass spectrometer, find that the earth is about 4.5 billion years old. that problem that darwin wrestled with in the 1850s, resolved isn't really a question, swept away. to claim the earth is 10,000 years old, is just wrong. the earth is not flat and it is not 10,000 years old. so furthermore so this stuff is completely inconsistent with what we observe in nature. that is the concern to spend tax dollars intended for science education to teach a -- what would nominal yir be called with autopsy respect a creation myth, an explanation of things the way they are that's not right. >> so bill you bring up inconsistencies in the theory of creationallism. >> i want to go over the requirements such as these, that students analyze all sides of scientific evidence, they analyze the sudden appearance stays is in the fossil record, the cell and dna model for replicating life. georgia, explain what those things mean and why you think they're important. >> well, i thi
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